Please note – An acupuncture consultation can take 1 and a half hours, so please take this into account when booking.
Acupuncture Treatment Fees
|Consultation at the clinic in Hoghton||£56.00|
|Follow up treatment||£40.00|
Home visit fees vary, but will normally cost £70.00 for consultation and first treatment and £52.00 for a follow up treatments.
Other Treatment Fees
|Massage ½ hour||£17.00|
|Aromatherapy back massage||£25.00|
|Aromatherapy 1 hour treatment||£50.00|
|Pain management (see further information)||£30.00|
|G5 deep tissue massage from||£20.00|
Kay accepts payment by cash and cheques, and this is the preferred option. Other payment options may incur fees.
Discounts are given for courses of 12 Acupuncture treatment sessions booked in advance. This does not include the Acupuncture pain management sessions. Please call Kay on 07976704047
Treatments are available at the Kay Lam Acupuncture Clinic in Hoghton
Willow Lodge Farm
252 Hoghton Lane,
Please note all appointments are subject to a cancellation policy. You are required to give 24 hours notice to cancel your appointment otherwise you will be charged for your missed appointment.
If you would like more information, please Contact Me.
Most insurance companies will cover part or the full cost of your treatment but please check with your insurance company.
What is important when choosing your acupuncturist?
You may want to check that they are registered with The British Acupuncture Council, the governing body for many acupuncturists who have received training involving a Traditional Chinese Medical viewpoint.
Generally all acupuncturists continue to study throughout their career and many therefore have further treatment.
Kay has an interest in cosmetic acupuncture having intensively researched this area and performed many treatments. Results of this documented research can be obtained from Kay.
If you would like advice regarding your condition and the suitability of the treatments offered please call – we will be only to happy to help.
Kay accepts payment by cash and cheques, and these are the preferred options. Other payment options are available, but may incur fees.